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SOA World Expo: Managed Methods Announces JaxView 5.0

Managed Methods – Boulder, Colorado announces the release of JaxView 5.0.

Managed Methods Inc. (www.managedmethods.com) the leader in SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) visibility and SOA runtime governance today announced the availability of their SOA  management and runtime governance product  JaxView 5.0. While providing full support for SOA and Web service management for the IT operations, JaxView 5.0 expanded runtime policy enforcement features such as expanded service virtualization and visibility into intra-container message communication.

"We are exceptionally pleased with our customer adoption of JaxView agentless deployment for SOA visibility and SOA management. As well, we are excited about JaxView's ability to provide visibility into the intra-container message communication in application brokers such as AquaLogic and Sonic service buses as those communications never enter the network realm and are located within a single container. "states Al Aghili Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Managed Methods Inc.

"This addition will allow us to provide true end to end visibility into transaction processes across many protocols including HTTP, JMS, JDBC, and RMI." states Aghili. 

JaxView 5.0 Service Virtualization and Versioning features include:

o   Creating a new 'Virtual Service' by consolidating one or more operations from different services.

o   Hiding specific operations within the service or for different consumers of the service or based on a schedule.

o   Dynamically creating WSDL's for the new Virtual Service.

o   Publishing multiple versions of the same service.

o    Ensuring backwards compatibility of the new service.

Visibility Into Intra-Container Messages Via Agents
This feature allows our non invasive agents to provide visibility into intra-container messages. These services reside on a single container and in some cases the communication never leaves the server or enters the messaging bus. JaxView's non-intrusive agents can provide visibility into such containers. The container types  include BEA WebLogic, BEA AquaLogic and WLI, JBoss, WebSphere, and Progress Sonic ESB.

Support for Windows Integrated Authentication
JaxView is the only J2EE product that can perform policy enforcement as a gateway in SOA environments that are secured using Windows Integrated Authentication. JaxView can enforce brokering policies without modifying the original clients credential and delegating those credentials to the back end services. JaxView supports both NTLM and Kerberos authentication mechanisms.

For a free 2 week evaluation go to www.managedmethods.com

Managed Methods will also be attending SOA World EAST 2009, June 22 and 23rd at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City.

Please visit our booth for a free t-shirt and discussion and demonstration of JaxView 5.0. http://www.soaworld2009.com

As well, please download PDF case study of a financial institution and how they use JaxView  here.

http://www.managedmethods.com/trackdown_casestudy.php

ABOUT JAXVIEW
JaxView provides architects and IT operations teams with practical, cost-effective tools for monitoring and managing standards-based (SOAP) and REST Web services. JaxView delivers agentless web services management, web services availability monitoring, and service governance. JaxView downloads and installs as a single package for ease of deployment. It is built on a thin-client, server-based application architecture that is accessed and managed using a Web browser. A fully-functional evaluation version of JaxView can be downloaded from www.managedmethods.com .  

About Managed Methods
Managed Methods is a Web service management company that is focused on the needs of IT operation. Our flagship product JaxView is a easily installed and integrated. We have used our numerous years of IT operation experience to build a product that fits the fast pace and rapid implementation requirements of operations environment. Every aspect of JaxView from integration, metric engine, alerting, data persistent, and aggregation is customizable. It is easily installed and implemented with very low signature. In a nutshell this is a tool built for the operation by the operation. No matter what stage of SOA implementation you are JaxView can help you deploy, manage, and secure your Web service and J2EE enabled applications

More Stories By Julie Cobb

Julie Cobb is the Director of Sales and Business Development at Managed Methods.

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